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moved on (Torres wasn't there for the fight-filled rematch in January 2012 either), as has Nathan Horton concusser Aaron Rome . Biting Alex Burrows is currently on injured reserve with -- ironically -- a broken jaw. That turnover, along with
scored the game’s only goal as he sent the Bruins to the Stanley Cup finals. His postseason was ended in Game 3 by Aaron Rome , but he finished with eight goals and nine assists for 17 points in 21 games, good for .80 points per game compared to his regular season clip of .66 per game
Horton was a big performer in the 2011 postseason with eight goals and nine assists for 17 points in 21 games before Aaron Rome ended his run with a blindside hit in Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Finals. That was Horton’s first taste of the playoffs after
unsurprisingly, the happy-go-lucky Horton doesn’t see it that way. After suffering season-ending concussions from Aaron Rome and Tom Sestito in 2011 and 2012, respectively, and missing nearly a calendar year between his second concussion and the NHL lockout, Horton puts his next contract a bit lower on his list
has three goals and three assists in seven games. But that hardly tells the whole story. Ever since he was decked by Aaron Rome in Game 3 of the 2011 Cup finals, it’s been the dark cloud hanging over the talented winger’s career. He suffered another concussion against the Flyers in January 2012 and missed the final
boarding that went uncalled ‘ to Aaron Rome ‘ s head shot on Nathan Horton in Game 3 of the 2011 Cup Final between ..... who compared Beleskey’ s hit to Rome , so we’ ll just leave it at that.” Despite ..... said. There was no suspension. [ Rome ’ s] was a serious hit. I think [mine] was a clean hit, came from the front. I think
s made in recent days that raised eyebrows. On Friday he compared an uncalled boarding penalty on Matt Beleskey to Aaron Rome targeting the head of Nathan Horton in Game 3 of the 2011 Cup Final. The Bruins did not practice on Saturday, but they
more than a second and he was a couple of feet away from the boards, so we’ ll have to wait and see. I remember Aaron Rome in this building, .06 seconds late and getting suspended four games in the Stanley Cup finals, so it’ ll be interesting to see.” That’s a really — let
have to come out a little better than we did and we’ll see what happens.” The argument can be made that it took Aaron Rome ‘s hit on Nathan Horton to fire the Bruins with them trailing by two games, as Game 3 was scoreless in the first period. Then Horton went down, and after the Bruins lifelessly
s end, Horton also suffered a concussion in Game 3 of the 2011 Stanley Cup finals on a hit from Canucks defenseman Aaron Rome . Despite now having a history of head injuries, Horton said he isn’t planning on changing his approach at all. “The truth is I really haven